The Difference Between Inpatient and Outpatient Care
There are pros and cons to both inpatient and outpatient care, but it comes down to what is best for the individual to live a sober life.
Inpatient care can be more expensive, but it disrupts habits by placing a person into a new environment that holds them accountable every day. There are not regular distractions of their daily life that can cause a relapse and downward spiral when they are monitored 24/7 with medical care. Inpatient care also offers a safer environment and professional help for serious addictions. Outpatient care is often more affordable where a person is able to receive treatment during the day and returns home in the evening. For someone with a mild addiction, it can assist with shifting habits, but it will not disrupt their life entirely. It is an option that is good for social and familial support. However, if those social environments encourage addiction, it can be hard for someone to develop healthier patterns and stay sober.
Addiction is a lifelong process that does not have one quick fix. If a person is able to do inpatient care, it is the preferred method towards a successful recovery and a life of sobriety.
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